As a headshot photographer I not only photograph just actors & entertainers, but I’ve photographed a bunch of different business professionals. There are similarities to Acting Headshots and Corporate Headshots but there are also some differences you need to be aware of when taking on these different clients, so I’m breaking down a few key elements to the photo shoot.
I recently relocated to New York City. One thing I wasn’t able to bring was my beautiful collection of seamless backdrops, but luckily I was able to get my hands on a few of Savage’s Collapsible Backdrops which have become a saving grace for me.
Are you the type of photographer that is set in your ways? While it’s important on the one hand to be able to produce consistent results, it’s also important to push your creativity to keep your work fresh and exciting. One such way I was able to do this was by using collapsible backdrops and photographing them with lower apertures.
Ditch the selfies, because the era of the professional social media headshot is here! In our physically disconnected world, where so many of our connections are made online, it’s more important than ever for people to sense your authenticity and your personality.
Whether in-studio or on-location, the elements to making women look fabulous in photographs remain the same time and time again: flattering clothing, flattering posing, flattering light. Here are five tips for one of those three elements: flattering posing!
One of the best markets to tap into with your photography business is the corporate headshot market. There are hundreds of companies in your area and each one is a potential client. Before you start knocking on doors, equip yourself with these 5 tips that will help you get the best headshot possible!